Weekly Bulletin - May 19, 2019
I hope you had a wonderful weekend and enjoyed the spring weather. The end of the year promises to be a busy time at Deal! Over the next few weeks, 6th graders will complete PARCC testing, and our students will participate in Deal Gives Back, End of the Year grade-level field trips, Deal Day, and 8th grade promotion!
PARCC Testing Continues
Sixth grade students will continue PARCC testing on Monday through Wednesday of this week. Please remind your student to do his or her best, get plenty of rest, and continue to Knock It Out Of the PARCC! On Thursday and Friday, students at all grade levels who have missed sessions of PARCC will participate in make-up testing.
ADCA General Meeting
We will have an ADCA General Meeting at 6:30 pm on Wednesday, May 22. Thank you to all of the parents who have volunteered, supported events, and attended meetings throughout the year! During this Wednesday's meeting, you will have an opportunity to meet members of the ADCA and LSAT boards and learn how you can get involved.
I am truly looking forward to the Spring Concert on Thursday at 6:30 pm in the Deal Auditorium. Mr. d'Alelio, Ms. Ojo, Ms. Shipmon and our students have worked tirelessly throughout the year to ensure this will be a show you won't want to miss!
Parent-Teacher ConferencesParent-Teacher Conferences will take place on Tuesday, May 28 from 12:00 pm until 7:00 pm. Please sign up for a conference here. Sixth grade families who do not have a specific concern but would like to speak with teachers in a relaxed setting are encouraged to attend the 6th Grade Coffee Hour from 12:00 pm until 1:00 pm. EnrollmentAs you know, our school mantra is Here We Grow! We really need our enrollment numbers to grow! Whether your child lives in-boundary or out-of-boundary, or is an incoming 6th grader or a rising 7th or 8th grader - your enrollment matters. Enrolling will only take a few minutes thanks to our pre-printed enrollment forms. By meeting our enrollment targets, we ensure that our budget is not impacted and that student schedules are accurate. We are so grateful for the hard work of our Welcome Center staff during this enrollment season. Kudos to Ms. Baxter, Ms. Jones, Mr. Henderson, Ms. Mitchell, Ms. Stephens, and Ms. Stokes!
Onward and Upward!
2019-2020 Annual Enrollment
All students must be enrolled for the 2019-2020 school year by June 14th.
All current 5th, 6th, and 7th grade students need to bring proof of residency to the Deal Welcome Center to complete the pre-printed enrollment documents. You can bring the documents to the Welcome Center during the school day. Evening hours are also scheduled every Thursday until 7:00 pm for families who are not able to come to the school during the day. The families of our 8th grade students should take their proof of residency to the high school they will attend.
The required residency verification guidelines are here.
FitCampNation Summer Camp at Deal
FitCampNation Summer Camp is back again with more fun, excitement, activities and games than ever before! We will focus on fitness, intro to sports and enrichment, structured play, and nutritional education, all in a fun and nurturing environment!
Session info is as follows:
Session 1: June 24th through June 28th
Session 2: July 1st through July 5th (no camp July 4th or 5th)
Session 3: July 8th through July 12th
Session 4: July 15th through July 19th
Session 5: July 22nd through July 26th
**1/2 Day options available for RISE students **10% sibling and multiple week discount available.
Please email us at email@example.com with questions or visit FitCamp Website. Registration link below:
This Week at Deal (May 19, 2019)
Monday - Bell 1 | Tuesday - Bell 1 | Wednesday - Bell 1 | Thursday - Bell 1 | Friday - Bell 1
Mark Your Calendar!
May 23 | Spring Concert - 6:30 pm
May 27 | Memorial Day - No School for Students and Staff
May 28 | Parent-Teacher Conferences - No School for Students
6th Grade Updates
Marcus Moore | Marcus.Moore3@dc.gov
6th Grade Support Team
Camille White, Counselor | Camille.White@dc.gov
Hilary Katz, Social Worker | Hilary.Katz@dc.gov
6th Grade PARCC Testing
With 6th grade PARCC testing right around the corner, help your student feel prepared by spending some time in the PARCC platform. Students can access PARCC practice tests for ELA and Math by logging onto Clever and selecting the PARCC Practice Button. Practicing with the online tools and PARCC items will help build confidence during testing.
Greetings, 6th Grade Families:
Beginning this week, Mrs. House will be the substitute teacher for Ms. Maniscalco's classes until the end of the school year. We are excited to have Mrs. House join the Alice Deal family. Please welcome Mrs. House to the 6th grade team! If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Team New Delhi and/or Mr. Moore.
6th Grade Team Information
Team New Delhi-Ms. T. Peteet-DealNewDelhi18@gmail.com
Team San José-Ms. N. Wesselhoft-DealSanJose18@gmail.com
Team Georgetown-Mr. M. Martini-DealGeorgetown18@gmail.com
Team Cusco-Ms. A. Beckley-DealCusco18@gmail.com
Team Lusaka-Mr. M. Martis-DealLusaka18@gmail.com
7th Grade Updates
Richard Mitchell | Richard.Mitchell@dc.gov
7th Grade Support Team
Joy Monkou, Counselor | Joy.Monkou@dc.gov
Peter Boccardi, Social Worker | Peter.Boccardi@dc.gov
7th Grade Team Information
Team Cartagena-Ms. M. Belser-DealCartagena18@gmail.com
Team Kigali-Ms. A. Lashley-DealKigali18@gmail.com
Team Kinshasa-Mr. R. Smith-DealKinshasa18@gmail.com
Team Madrid-Ms. A. Perrin-DealMadrid18@gmail.com
Team Alexandria-Ms. T. Wickersham-DealAlexandria18@gmail.com
8th Grade Updates
Patrick Rottman | Patrick.Rottman@dc.gov
8th Grade Support Team
Johnet Travers, Counselor | Johnet.Travers@dc.gov
Danielle Morin, Social Worker | Danielle.Morin@dc.gov
8th GRADE DANCE HELP
Attention 8th grade parents! We need your help to make the 8th grade dance a success! Parent volunteers are needed at the following times on June 11th:
Set-up: 12:45 - 6:00 pm
Chaperone: 7:00 - 10:00 pm
Clean-up: 9:00 pm until the end of the dance.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you are available to help for any part of the fun!
8th GRADE PROMOTION DATES AND COSTS
The 8th grade team is very proud of our students and can't wait to celebrate their achievements. Letters and permission slips have been sent home and teachers are collecting payments and slips now. Please make checks out to "Alice Deal Middle School" and write your child's name on the note line.
Kings Dominion Visit ($90) - June 10th
Promotion Practice (no cost) - June 11th - All students are expected to participate in the promotion practice at Deal during regular school hours.
8th Grade Dance ($30) - June 11th - A highlight of the year, our 8th graders dress up and hit the dance floor at Deal from 7:00 - 10:00 pm. This is a popular event your child will not want to miss! Please note only Deal 8th grade students may attend the dance.
Promotion ($30) - June 12th - Students celebrate their promotion from 10:00 - 11:30 am at American University's Bender Arena (4400 Massachusetts Ave NW). Each student will receive five guest tickets.
We look forward to celebrating with our 8th graders and their families! Additional details will be shared in next week's bulletin and in a letter sent home with students.
8th GRADE SPECIAL EDUCATION FAMILIES
Promotion is near! Parents of 8th grade Special Education students are invited to attend one of two transition sessions for families of students going to Wilson HS next school year. Ms. Monica Kurude, LEA Representative at Wilson HS, will present on Wilson's programming, supports, and services for incoming 9th graders. Please RSVP at this.
Thursday, June 6th at 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm in Reno MPR
Friday, June 7th at 10:30 am - 11:30 am in Reno MPR
We look forward to seeing you!
WILSON HS REGISTRATION
If your 8th grade student will attend Wilson HS next year, course selection forms turned in to Ms. Travers have been given to staff at Wilson and students' proposed schedules should be visible in ASPEN. To view your student's schedule, please log in to ASPEN, click "My Info", then "Requests". Students who did not turn in a course selection form were given a default schedule by Wilson staff.
If your student has not yet submitted a course selection form, they should do so as soon as possible. Course change requests should be directed to Wilson HS. Deal Course Selection Form / Wilson 9th Grade Course Descriptions
WILSON HS 9TH GRADE ORIENTATION
Wilson will hold a student orientation for all rising 9th grade students and students new to DCPS on Friday, August 16th from 9:00 am - 12:00 pm in the Wilson auditorium. Pizza will be provided.
WILSON HS NEW INTRO-LEVEL COMPUTER SCIENCE CLASS
Wilson High School is starting a new intro-level computer science class next year called Computer Science Essentials (V48). It's an exciting new class involving computer programming, robotics, creativity, and problem solving.It is open to all students, but primarily targeted at 9th and 10th graders starting the SciMaTech Academy's IT pathway.
If you would be interested in taking this class next year, please click on this link https://tinyurl.com/wilson-cse-2019.
If you have any questions, please email email@example.com. Thank you!
WILSON HS FREE COMPUTER SCIENCE/ROBOTICS CAMP
Wilson HS is hosting a free computer science/robotics 2 week summer camp for incoming 9th graders. It will be a fun and creative camp where students will learn about application development on Apple's Swift coding platform. Students will use that knowledge to create and build custom robots. No programming experience required!
Camp dates: July 8-19 (M-Fri, 9 AM-3.45 PM) Breakfast and lunch are provided
The camp is sponsored by OSSE and DCPS and is run by teachers from Wilson HS, McKinley Tech HS, and Deal MS.
The application deadline has been extended and students may still apply. We encourage students to apply ASAP through the following link:
Contact Melanie Parish (Deal 8th grade math teacher, firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have any questions.
8th Grade Team Newsletters
Team Bridgetown-Ms. C. Daniels-DealBridgetown18@gmail.com
Team Kyoto-Ms. D. Hampton-DealKyoto18@gmail.com
Team Copenhagen-Ms. N. Massaquoi-DealCopenhagen18@gmail.com
Team Ushuaia-Ms. M. Parish-DealUshuaia18@gmail.com
Team Lagos-Mr. M. Haller-DealLagos18@gmail.com
2018-19 PARCC Testing
PARCC testing began on April 8th; our remaining students will test according to the following schedule: 8th grade: 5/3 - 5/14, and 6th grade: 5/15 - 5/22
PARCC is the District-wide annual standardized assessment and all students are required to participate. Testing will take place each day from 8:45 am - 11:00 am. We ask families to avoid scheduling appointments during the times your children will be testing. Students will not be allowed to enter a test session late, nor are they allowed to be dismissed from a testing session and return to the test. Please see Chancellor Ferebee's letter regarding PARCC testing here. More detailed information and resources regarding PARCC testing at Deal will be shared in the coming weeks, for now, please review the Chancellor's Letter to Families about PARCC. The letter is available in English, Spanish, Vietnamese, and Amharic.
Parent and Student Information | Week of May 19
MAY 2019 SPRING CONCERT
The Deal Music Department invites you to the 2019 Spring Concert on Thursday, May 23 at 6:30 pm in the Deal Auditorium. The program will feature performances by the Deal Concert Band, Orchestra, Jazz Band, Beginning Instrumental students and Deal's Show Choir "FLAME". After a year of hard work, it's a show you won't want to miss. Pizza and concessions will be available for sale before the show, thanks to the ADCA. Please sign up to help while the teachers work with the students before the concert. Click for more information.
SIGN UP FOR PARENT-TEACHER CONFERENCES
Parent-Teacher Conferences will take place on Tuesday, May 28th from 12-7pm. Conferences with team teachers are by-appointment-only. Starting Monday, May 13th, you can sign up for a conference using this link (https://ptcfast.com/schools/Alice_Deal_Middle_School) .
All non-team teachers (World Language, PE, Art, Music, Resource etc.) will be available for drop-in conferences.
Families of 6th GradersIf you don't have a specific concern and would like to connect with your child's teachers in a casual setting, RSVP here to attend the 6th Grade Coffee Hour from noon - 1:00 pm on Tuesday, May 28th in lieu of making conference appointments.
HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION ASSESSMENT
The Healthy Schools Act of 2010 mandates health education be provided to students in the District of Columbia in grades K-8, and high school students are required to take one semester of health for graduation. The Office of the State Superintendent of Education has developed the DC Health and Physical Education Assessment to measure student knowledge and achievement in health topics that are important to the health and wellness of our students, including emotional health, safety skills, human body, disease prevention, nutrition, alcohol, tobacco and other drugs, and physical education.
During the 2018-19 school year, students in grades 5, 8, and high school (high school students take the assessment during the year that a health class is taken) will be asked to take the test; however, participation in any age-appropriate questions regarding sexual health is optional and you may choose to exempt your student from these test questions.
The 2019 Health and Physical Education Assessment will take place at Deal on May 24th. If you do not wish for your student to participate in the sexual health portion of the assessment, please fill out the form found here (in English, Spanish, Vietnamese, Amharic, and other languages). Forms must be signed and can be sent to Ms. Maples at email@example.com or dropped off in the Welcome Center - no later than May 20th. Choosing to exempt your student will not impact his or her grades or performance on the assessment. If you have any questions, comments or suggestions, please do not hesitate to call your school.
KIDWIND CHALLENGE On Saturday, April 27th, twelve Alice Deal students participated in the Washington DC regional KidWind challenge. These students built a wind turbine which was then tested in a wind tunnel for energy output. The wind turbine they built received 2nd place in the competition, qualifying the team for the national competition in Houston, TX!
The Alice Deal KidWind team will be traveling to Nationals at the end of the month. If you see these students in the hallways, please congratulate them!
Ema BlancoEden GrimDylan KarpChaunce AllenNicholas BlackEduardo Fernandez-FernandezSam GinsbergRockwell LewisJackson McCaughanSean MullinsAlvaro Orlove RodriguezShaun Stronach
UPDATE: DEAL STUDENTS ARE BECOMING STRONGER, FASTER READERS WITH READING PLUS!
Deal students have now read over a million and a half words on Reading Plus, a new research-based computer program that can increase their reading speed, comprehension, and vocabulary in as little as four 15-minute sessions per week. Dozens of students have already seen gains, leveling up in their comprehension and increasing their reading rates by as much as 78 words per minute! Every week, students are earning prizes ranging from sweet treats to PS4 gift cards for completing Reading Plus lessons, and whole classes can earn pizza parties by reading a combined total of one million words in our Million Word Challenge. Shout out to Ms. McClary's first period ELA class, which is in the lead and already halfway there! So what are you waiting for? Log in to Clever and click the orange Reading Plus icon to get started! Email Ms. Peltason at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
ALICE DEAL 2019-2020 ICE HOCKEY TEAM
Do you play ice hockey and are interested in joining the Alice Deal 2019-20 Ice Hockey Team?
Street Hockey Play Date for the Kids and Interest Meeting for rising 6th, 7th and 8th graders
Sunday, May 19 | 1:00-2:00 PM | Blacktop behind Deal
NATIONAL JUNIOR SOCIETY REMINDERS
The application deadline for the National Junior Honor Society is Monday, May 20. There will be a table in the gallery after school on Monday allowing students to turn in until 4:00 p.m. No applications will be accepted after Monday. Students who have earned induction will be given invitations to the ceremony by Friday, May 24.
8th GRADE PROMOTION DATES ANNOUNCED!
Please see the 8th grade corner for a complete list of dates and costs for the 8th grade promotion!
NJHS COMMUNITY SERVICE OPPORTUNITY
Deal students who need community service hours for their NJHS applications should reach out to Ms. White at Camille.email@example.com. There are some opportunities here at Deal either before or after school.
Students who were inducted last school year are not a part of the process for new inductees, but they may reach out if they would like to assist with the new inductee program in some way.
STAY INFORMED WITH ASPEN NOTIFICATIONS
Want to know when you or your student misses an assignment or receives a low score? Opt into Aspen's notifications to receive an email when a grade below the threshold you set is posted. Click here to see how to set up notifications for your account.
SPECIAL EDUCATION AND STUDENT SUPPORT PARENT NEWSLETTER
Want to know how to support your child academically and emotionally? In the attachednewsletter are strategies for parents of students who are struggling or have special needs. This section will be updated periodically with support strategies, resources, and workshops for parents and students in the next coming months.
PREORDER YOUR 2018-19 YEARBOOK
Sorry online sales are over, but you still can purchase your yearbook after school in the Welcome Center. The cost of the yearbook is $35.00 (cash, check, or money order). We have limited copies available so don't miss out. The power of a yearbook: it keeps the memories alive forever.
Please visit the Athletics Department Link for information about this week's tryouts and games!
Want your child to visit the library after school? Please complete the Library Permission Slip.
AFTER SCHOOL CLUBS
Please click here for a full list of our staff-sponsored activities
Need to know how to get to Deal?
Parents, please remember to email excuse notes to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Excuse notes (including doctor's notes, school visits, etc.) are processed within two school days, after which Aspen will be updated. If we need further information, will reach out via phone or email.
The following events qualify as excused absences per the DCPS policy:
* Student illness/sickness (for five or more absences per term, a doctor's note is required)
* Medical/dental appointment (please provide a note from the medical provider)
* Student judicial proceeding (please provide document from court verifying presence)
* Religious holiday/event (please list the holiday/event in note)
* Death in the family
* Other (please provide details in your note. Please understand that under DCPS policy, only certain absences may be accepted as excused absences).
As a reminder, per the DCPS attendance policy, excuse notes must be received within 5 school days of the student's absence. The full DCPS Attendance Policy can be found here.
ALICE DEAL COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION
Here is this week's Alice Deal Community Association update. Feel free to contact the ADCA with questions and comments at ADCAPresident@gmail.com
First and foremost: Please enroll your returning student(s) ASAP. ADCA's General Assembly / Wednesday, May 22, 2019 / 6:30-7:30 it the Reno Multipurpose Conference Room
Get Involved with ADCA / LSAT board
Chat with members of the board and ask questions on how you can join and get involved next school year.
Most Recent Treasurer's Report: How have we spent your fundraising $ this school year. Latest Profit & Loss report, budget-all that fun stuff!
Ms. Neal's Principal Updates and Q&A: Incoming parents-come and meet Ms. Neal if you haven't had a chance to. This is also a good time to meet other parents.
ADCA/LSAT Elections: Another push to join the board--we will share the most recent nomination/interest list.
WANT TO GET MORE INVOLVED AT ALICE DEAL in SY2019-20?
Consider joining one of two great parent boards
The Alice Deal Community Association & the LSAT Boards.
Click here to learn more about what each of these Boards do and how you can help out.
Fill out our interest form and come to an open house coffee at Deal on Thursday May 16 from 8 to 10 AM to learn more. Elections will be held in early June.
You don't have to have a student at Deal right now to join either board or to come to the coffee open house. ADCA and LSAT positions are open to the parents of all rising 6th-8th graders for the 2019-2020 school year.
Questions? Email ADCAPresident@gmail.com
PRESENTING...THE 6TH GRADE MUSICAL, WILLY WONKA JUNIOR!
"It's scrumdiddlyumptious!" This show has something for everyone. Come and watch our talented 6th graders and all their imagination on stage for this wonderful Deal Tradition.Performances are on Thursday (6/6), Friday (6/7) at 6:30 PM and Saturday Matinee (6/8) at 2:00 PM. Don't wait til the last minute to get your tickets or send Well Wisher Ads. We still have spaces for volunteer parents or students to support Deal and get involved. Click here to sign up.
SHOP AMAZON FROM THE ALICE DEAL STOREFRONT
ADCA has set up an Alice Deal Community Association Storefront on Amazon, which nets the school a much higher dividend from your purchases than we were getting last year. Click the red SHOP AMAZON button on the front of our website (scroll down a wee bit). You can also follow this link to our page https://amzn.to/2nPsbnu. Thanks for your support!
Thank you for all your support of the ADCA and of Alice Deal. Thank you for all your support.
Maan & Peter, 2018-19 ADCA Co-President
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Next W3EdNet Meeting: David Grosso on June 10 at 7pm
We are very honored to have Council member David Grosso, Chair of the Education Committee, to come address us on Monday, June 10 at 7pm at the Tenley-Friendship Library (4450 Wisconsin Ave NW).
This will be our last meeting for the school year, but we will try to keep you informed about education happenings around the city over the summer (and of course, our meetings when we start up again in the fall).
Please send us your contact information if you a new or continuing LSAT or PTO member, teacher or staff, or an interested community member who wants to receive updates.
Please also assign one person from your school to be a W3EdNet contact to make sure that information gets passed along to your school communities!
Finally, we are still looking for interested folks who might serve on the W3EdNet "board" -- people willing to take on certain tasks (social media, give testimony, etc.). Please let us know!
DCPS School Food Advisory Board Meeting
Date and Time: Monday, June 3 from 5:30-7:30PM
Location: Roosevelt High School
Topic: Food quality
The DCPS School Food Advisory Board meetings provide a collaborative space for DCPS Food and Nutrition Services Leadership and their food service providers (DC Central Kitchen and SodexoMAGIC) to share updates and recieve feedback from their school community. The meetings are open to the public and are typically attended by parents, teachers, students, and concerned citizens from around the city. Dinner is included, and Spanish translation is available.
The topic for this meeting is food quality. The bulk of the meeting will focus on DCPS's adoption of the Good Food Purchasing Program! This program supports large public institutions' food purchasing in five areas: local economies, environmental sustainability, valued workforce, animal welfare and nutrition. At the upcoming meeting, DCPS will release their baseline assessment, which provides scores in each value category, and will solicit feedback from attendees about their implementation plan.
DC's adoption of GFPP, which was signed into law last December as part of the Healthy Students Amendment Act, has the potential to radically change DC's procurement processes and will help to integrate higher quality, more sustainable foods into our school meal program. DCPS is only the 9th school district, and the first on the East Coast to adopt these standards
, and DCPS wants to make sure that they respond to the baseline assessment in a way that is in line with community values and priorities. This meeting will be your best chance to provide input on this process in its earliest stages. We hope to see many of you there and hear what you think!
RISING 9TH GRADE GIRLS - WANT TO PLAY HOCKEY AT WILSON?
You and your parents are invited to the Wilson field hockey team's preseason meeting on Tuesday, June 4, from 5:30 - 6:30 pm in the Wilson atrium. At this meeting you will meet the coaches and returning team members, hear about summer preparation for the season, tryouts and our schedule. We would like to meet you! Come and find out about this fun sport even if you are not sure yet what you will do. Please email Coach Sarah Whitener with questions, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
YOUTH ALL-SKILLS CAMP
This summer, George Washington University Volleyball will host 3 summer camps! Our prospect camp is June 15th-16th and it will be geared toward the speed and structure of collegiate volleyball. Our Youth All-Skills camp is July 30th-31st and it will will cover all general skills: passing, setting, hitting, serving, and blocking. We will also demonstrate team defense, serve receive, and put the campers into game like wash drills and competitive situations. And lastly our Satellite camp with George Mason High School is August 1st-3rd which is similar to our all skills camp, but located in northern Virginia. For more information, visit http://www.totalcamps.com/GEORGEWASHINGTONVOLLEYBALL.
SUMMER TUTORING & EUREKA MATH ACCELERATION
Chevy Chase Prep coaches students through successful school and college transitions all year around. This summer, we're pleased to offer Eureka Math 6 (a small class format), Math 7, Math 8, and Jump to Geometry (a small class format)!
We have extensive experience with math acceleration, academic writing, standardized test preparation, and competitive school placements. Local references attest to our expertise, and to students' confidence and performance on standardized tests. We offer DCPS and family discounts, are Deal neighbors, and are 100 percent woman-owned. Please visit us on the web at: chevychaseprep.com, and email us at email@example.com. Maggie RonkinFounding Owner202-670-7885
HELP US SAVE THE GREAT BARRIER REEF!
The biggest living thing in the world is dying. The Great Barrier Reef! We have teamed up with 4ocean. Please help us save the reef,by limiting your usage of plastic! A couple of ways you can use less plastic is... 1-when you go to the supermarket, bring a bag so you won't have to use the plastic ones they offer. 2-use metal straws or none at all! And lastly, spread the word in every way you can!
IF YOU WANT TO VISIT THE WEBSITE, HERE IS THE LINK: https://4ocean.com/
Rubi and Sarah
FIELD HOCKEY SUMMER CAMPS & CLINICS
STORM ACADEMY CLINICS begin Sunday, April 27! Clinics are open to all ages and skill levels and are on Sundays from 3-5pm at Madeira School. This is a great option for girls who want to play and improve, but don't have the time for club.
SUMMER CAMPS at Georgetown Visitation. The first week (June 24-28th) is for less experienced players and the second week (July 22-26) is a high school prep camp.
More info here! https://www.tennistar.com/pages/index.cfm?siteid=19611
WASHINGTON CAPITAL FC 2019/2020 TRYOUTS!
Join us for the Washington Capital FC 2019/2020 Tryouts!
Boys sessions will be held May 6-May 11.
Girls sessions will be held May 13- May 18.
The full schedule and details can be found on our website. https://capitalfc.org/tryouts All players MUST register online in advance of tryouts.Register Here
WCFC is one of the fastest growing clubs in the DMV. Our teams compete in National League, EDP & NCSL, and train in Washington, DC. We offer programs for boys and girls born between 2013-2001.
SPRING TEEN TENNIS at Lafayette Park
If you can't make it to the Tennis Club on Mondays, come over to Lafayette Park on the M4 Bus and play tennis with fellow teens at 5:30 on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday or on Friday at 4:30. We have classes for beginners and advanced players. Check out the schedule at www.LafayetteTennis.org. Classes have started but you can join in on the fun. Classes end when school ends but we also have summer camps. Tennis is a sport you can play for the rest of your life with friends and family. The ball is in your court! Paul Rosenbaum. - 202 441-0925 Paulr@lafayetteTennis.org
SPRING & SUMMER WRESTLING PROGRAM
Hustle & Muscle Club is coaching a high school and youth wrestlers this spring and summer. We have one of the best coaching staffs in the DC area.
Here is a list of our coaches. Please scroll to the bottom of the website page and you can see their names and bios.
All you need is a completed registration form, a USAW card, and a pair of wrestling shoes.
And if any of those are an problem, we will help you or your child!
We hope to see you in person soon!
Hustle & Muscle Mat Club Spring & Summer Schedule 2019
High School Practices begin at 5pm and end at 6:20pm
Youth Practices begin at 6:30pm and end at 7:30pm
Be sure to arrive to practice 10 minutes early so that you can be dressed and ready to go, as we begin practices on time!
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1819 35th St NW, DC 20007
Parking is available via Wisconsin Ave., in the school parking lot,
across from the Safeway at 1855 Wisconsin Ave NW, DC 20007
Hustle & Muscle Mat Club
Hustle & Muscle Mat Club is on Facebook & Twitter! See www.facebook.com/HMmatclub & @hustlemusclemc
JUST TRYAN IT
Grab your friends and race for a cause at the 10th annual, JUST TRYAN IT Kids Triathlon! Kids ages 6-14. All abilities welcome! JUST TRYAN IT raises funds to benefit local families battling childhood cancer. Join us, Sunday June 16, 2019 at Landon School in Bethesda. Early Bird registration is open and limited. Don't be disappointed... Register Today! www.jti.run/flyer-be
Travel This Summer With CISV
The DC chapter of CISV is looking for a few boys and girls, ages 10-13, to join their Village, Interchange and Youth Meeting summer programs in Indonesia, China, Portugal and Mongolia. Several current and former Deal students have participated in these amazing and life-changing experiences. Delegations are being assigned this week, so apply today at http://www.cisvdc.org/current-travel-programs. To learn more, check out the website at http://www.cisvdc.org/ or email Perita Carpenter at Perita.Carpenter@gmail.com.
The purpose of CISV is to educate and inspired individuals to become active and contributing members of a peaceful society-active global citizens. Programs run from 10-28 days long.
DC Stoddert Soccer's Recreational Program
Soccer season is around the corner, and registration for DC Stoddert Soccer's Recreational program for Pre-K to High School is open! Join a team, or get some friends together and form a team. Training programs for tots, youth, and adults are also available, as is a February break camp! Check is all out here: www.stoddert.com. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 202-338-1910 x10.
Stay up to date with Wilson HS
Families who are considering or have decided to send their student to Wilson High School next year can stay up to date on all the activities happening there by following the school and the Parent Teacher Student Organization (PTSO) on twitter. The Wilson PTSO is @WilsonPTSO and the Wilson HS account is @Wilsonhsdcps Families can get a flavor for clubs, activities, sporting events, student achievements and other news.
Boy Scout Troop 90 Wants to Welcome Alice Deal Students!
All boys eleven or older are invited to join Boy Scout Troop 90 at Blessed Sacrament School. Troop 90 holds weekly meetings Wednesday nights at the Parish Center at 3630 Quesada Street NW from 7:30 - 8:30 pm and monthly campouts. Scouting gives young people the opportunity to explore a world beyond the boundaries of everyday life. You get to try new things, develop friendships, provide service to others, build self confidence, and develop leadership skills. And have fun while doing it! Our activities include learning first aid, emergency preparedness, wilderness survival and other merit badges, rock climbing at Seneca Rocks, camping in Gettysburg National Military Park, backpacking in Philmont, New Mexico, scuba diving in St. Croix, ski trips to Wisp, community service projects, and many more. We have scouts from Alice Deal and many other schools throughout the area. Please come Wednesday night and check it out. No obligation! No scouting experience necessary. Any questions please contact Troop 90 Scoutmaster Keith Morrison at (202) 236-1624 or email@example.com. You can also see our website at troop90dc.org which was created and is updated by the scouts.
Boy Scout Tropp 100
Boy Scout Troop 100 welcomes interested boys to come for a visit to learn more about Scouts and the Troop 100 program which includes camping, hiking, and community service. The non-denominational Troop meets on Wednesdays at 7:30 pm at Saint Ann's Church on Tenley Circle. Scouts range in age from 11 to 18 and come from public, charter, independent, and home schools. The Troop has weekly meetings, monthly camping and hiking trips, and annual high adventure trips. Additionally, community service hours are a key part of the Boy Scout experience. Troop 100, "The Century Troop" is the oldest Troop in in Washington D.C. and recently celebrated its 100th year anniversary. Please come check us out. If you have any questions or would like to confirm a visit, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Saint Ann's located at the corner of Wisconsin Avenue and Yuma Street NW. Please enter to the left of the main church entrance off of Wisconsin Avenue. Proceed through the iron gate on the left to the door that the end of the walkway.